Though a lot has been said about the differences between the new Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, one thing that makes both devices significant to users particularly in this part of the world (Ghana), where the penchant for sophisticated, yet user friendly technology is growing each day, is the refresh rate supported by both phones.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes equipped with a 120Hz screen, as expected for a flagship smartphone. This quality gives the user the smooth animations expected from a 120Hz panel, and of course, that looks unique.
Comparing it to its twin – the regular Note 20, which is limited to the standard 60Hz rate. However, 60Hz screens are not unusable in 2020. That itself is a great technology to be savoured by patrons and fans of the Samsung brand.
Though there is also a difference to build quality in both phones, both also have their unique qualities with affordable pricing for a technology of its quality.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is Samsung’s biggest and glamourous phone of 2020, and while it can be described as beyond expectation by some aficionados of the brand, Samsung has reiterated that the future can only get better with the Note Series.
Both phones are packed with top-notch technology that puts them among the elite ranks of any device one can envisage.
Both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra have similar core specs, including a cutting-edge Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, a 10-megapixel selfie camera, new S Pen gestures and 5G capabilities.
The Note 20 Ultra has more bells and whistles, including a higher-powered camera with a 108-megapixel lens, faster refresh rate (120Hz) and a microSD card slot. It also supports Nearby Share, Google’s version of Apple’s AirDrop feature.
As expected, the 6.9-inch Note 20 Ultra is both the larger and heavier handset of the duo, weighing a hefty 204 grams.
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